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How Voting Today Can Save You More Than $100 Billion
President, Consumer Watchdog
They say pictures are worth one thousand words, but voting literally can be worth hundreds of billions of dollars to you. When California voters like me voted on a highly-contested insurance reform ballot measure in 1988, we could not have foreseen how much it would have saved us 28 years later.
Dealing with State Farm Insurance Sucks
Writer and Blogger; Join in my discovery of Life Clubs, my 365...
We sent estimates for the cabinets and the labor. We waited one day, two days, three days and we followed up with Jeffrey
How To Save On Major First Purchases
Caroline Modarressy-Tehrani discusses how to save money for major first purchases with financial expert Shannon McLay.
This Nonprofit Is Helping Homeless People One Shower At A Time
Lava Mae is offering an invaluable service to those who need it most.
State Farm Plans to Get Inside Your Head While You're Driving -- and Put a Price on It
Providing clarity for all of life's financial decisions.
The plans, as revealed in a patent application, would combine biometric measurements with automotive data to create a "total impairment score" that could be used to set customized car insurance rates.
Insuring the Underdog
State Farm Media spokesperson. Blessed husband & father. Lover...
All dogs have the potential to be great. It just takes a responsible owner and a loving home to transform that underdog into a wonder dog. In fact, Venus is well on her way to being a positive force in her community.
Changing the Behavior of the 99 Percent
Director of Investor Protection for the Consumer Federation of...
DOL thinks it isn't enough to give lip service to a best interest standard. You also have to change the common industry practices that work against that goal. And that, of course, is why industry finds the DOL rule so threatening.
The Millennial's Secret To Success? Living At Home
Life is infinitely easier with support and guidance. Now that you have the tools to embrace your future with confidence, let
Adorable Ad Reminds Us That Families Come In All Shapes And Sizes
Keep in touch! Check out HuffPost Divorce on Facebook and Twitter. Sign up for our newsletter here. A sweet new ad from State
Surprising Tricks To Help You Bond With Your Teenager
No one is perfect, even your child. And as a parent, you’ll probably get in a number of fights with your teen. Right before
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The Most Helpful Advice From Twitter On Being A Good Co-Worker
Some people think that LinkedIn is the only place to go for career advice. And while it’s a great place to network, it’s
Acts of God? Creative Interpretations During Flooding: Unlike a Good Neighbor...
Writer, teacher, producer of documentary series, "Digging Detr...
Thursday evening, three days after the storm, my mom's assessor arrived at her condo. Like our old home, the basement had
How To Piss Off Your State Farm Agent
For the love of God, stop singing, "Like a good neighbor, State Farm is there." You are ruining lives, people. Don't believe
Big Corporations Abandoning Conservative Group That Pushes Changes in State Laws
Founder of Tarbell.org
It's amazing how a little sunlight will change the behavior of some of the biggest names in corporate America -- sunlight here meaning greater transparency and accountability.
Kathy Payne, Education Expert, Talks About Teachers' Constantly Evolving Roles At Aspen Ideas Festival (VIDEO)
"I don't think we can look at young people today and say their only source of information is going to be teachers standing
My Visit With the Students in the Red Cross NAIA Collegiate Leadership Program
International Healthcare Advocate, Speaker, Red Cross National...
I always look forward to speaking with this extraordinary group every year, they truly are an inspiration and I know they
Insurance And Hurricane Sandy: Are You Covered?
With Sandy dying down, it's time to assess the damage. If you only recently purchased homeowners insurance, you're probably
Educating Through Service
Cofounder & CEO, Quorum
This weekend, I along with 29 other young people will give away five million dollars. Our goal: to help solve our nation's education problem by integrating service into the school curriculum.
Penn State Football Loses State Farm As Sponsor
The company stayed put last fall as news broke of Sandusky's then-alleged crimes and arrest. Other advertisers bowed out
20 Highest Rated Companies Hiring Interns And Paying Them Big Bucks: Glassdoor Report
Be warned, however. By applying at Amazon or Procter & Gamble, past interns said they ran through the toughest interviewing
Hold Onto That Paycheck! ALEC "Sharpens Focus on Jobs"
Center for Media and Democracy/ALEC Exposed
ALEC and the corporations funding ALEC's operations would like to turn back the clock to those good old days when there were no unions and no minimum wage. They must not be allowed to succeed.
What to Do After a Tornado Strikes Your Town
Best selling lottery and structured settlement expert
Disasters bring out the best in Americans. They dig in their pockets to help. It also brings out the worst in people wanting to make a quick buck.
Insurance Claim Delays Deliver Massive Profits To Industry By Shorting Customers
Max J. Rosenthal
"I believe [delaying claims] is an effort to put the squeeze on policyholders," Taff told HuffPost. She explained that while
Captain Kirk Will Save You From Ruing Thanksgiving
Deep-fried turkey: moist, delicious, and a grease fire just waiting to happen. The vogue for frying turkeys has somewhat
Giving Away Millions
Cofounder & CEO, Quorum
You may be asking yourself, what is so hard about giving away money? One short answer: nothing. How the question should be phrased is: What is so hard about giving away money responsibly?
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